Colorado Traffic, and Denver DUI Lawyer

If you have been charged with a serious traffic violation such as:

  • Reckless Driving
  • Drag Racing
  • DUI, DWAI, or DUID
  • or any other traffic offense...
  • Driving While License Suspended
  • No Valid Driver's License
  • Operating Uninsured Motor Vehicle
  • Leaving the Scene of an Accident

. . .Then you need an attorney who is experienced in litigating traffic matters.  Most adult drivers are allowed only twelve points during any given calendar year, and eighteen in two years; see the table below for points assessments for most common tickets.  I can examine your case to see how we can fight the charges against you. I can also work to negotiate a disposition for you that is both fair and just. Our firm provides straightforward and reliable legal help through these types of cases, from the smallest ticket, to major felony offenses, and has done so since 1997.  I defend cases throughout Denver, Jefferson, Arapahoe, Boulder, Gilpin, Clear Creek, and Adams Counties.  The consequences of a traffic violation like an allegation of alcohol impairment involves a series of consequences and penalties that can become a huge obstacle to your life.  For more information please see this article posted about such consequences and penalties.  Certain offense of this type will involve mandatory incarceration in a state prison.

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If you, or someone you know, is in trouble with the law; then call us at: (303) 571-5023, or email at the address below.

  DMV Point System in Colorado
Leaving scene of accident 12
Driving while intoxicated or under the influence of drugs 12
Driving while ability is impaired by alcohol 8
Speed contests 12
Eluding or attempting to elude a police officer 12
Reckless driving 8
Careless driving 4
Failure to yield right-of-way 3
Speeding over posted limit 5–9 m.p.h 1
" " 10–19 m.p.h. 4
" " 20–39 m.p.h. 6
" " 40–or more m.p.h. 12
Failure to stop for a school bus 6
Driving on wrong side of road 4
Failure to maintain or show proof of insurance 4
Improper passing 4
Failure to observe traffic sign or signal 4
Improper turn 3
Driving through safety zone 3
Driving in wrong lane or direction on one-way street 3
Failure to signal or improper signal 2
Failure to yield to emergency vehicle 4
Improper backing 2
Failure to dim or turn on lights 2
Operating an unsafe vehicle 2

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